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    • 1899, page 31

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    • CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOOL. Twenty-six bound volumes of Harper's Magazine and other books by Mrs. Emma J. McVicker of the Board of Regents. Also other books for the Library by the following: PRINCIPAL. MILTON BENNION; Miss ANNIE E....
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    • H 0 N 0 RARY DEGREE om just up the highway, in Parowan, in 1921, D. Eldon Lunt and his family are synonymous with the heritage, cultivation and progress of Iron County and its higher education institution. In the 1940s, Lunt was a student of Branch...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 28 The spirit of Duverger’s law is still apparent in these countries and strategic voting still happens in these aforementioned electoral systems such as the system in India (Riker p. 94). An individual who votes for...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 39 would take a lot of convincing and compromising to abolish the Electoral College as there would have to be a two-thirds majority for both the House and the Senate or a constitutional convention called by two-thirds...
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    • 3 Chapter 2 Literature Review The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the Attendance Policy at Wasatch High School. The review of research begins with why attendance is important and how it can not only affect dropout and gradu...
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    • 4 the public of over $292,000 per dropout over the course of their working life. These costs include loss of tax revenue, food stamps and other welfare assistance, and costs for legal fees and incarceration for those who participate in illegal activi...
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    • 5 Attendance Policies Attendance policies are being created in schools all over the country in an effort to curb absenteeism and in turn raise academic achievement. Any formal policy serves as a tool of communication for those who are new or in need...
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    • 11 Successful programs. The most successful programs incorporate rewards and incentives and well as strict penalties for non-­‐attendance. When an attendance policy is punitive in nature students may rebel, feeling that they are losing their freedom...

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